Sujit Choudhry, Canadian nationalist, is the dean of Berkeley Law University in California. In matters of law, he is comparable to the legendary late professor of law, Ira Michael Heyman. Before he was at Berkley, Sujit worked at University of Toronto Faculty of Law and New York University School of Law where he held different positions as Scholl Chair and Cecelia Goetz Professor of Law respectively. His understanding in comparing different constitutions and then reviewing or developing most suitable has gained him global fame and recognition having worked in different countries across the globe building fundamental laws for multicultural societies with racial, religious and ethnic diversities. He ensures that he designs the constitutions in a way that helps the society to move from dictatorial regimes to modern democratic society that has tolerance to diversity; the decentralized systems of governance that take back power to the people at the grass roots and powerful constitutional institutions to protect the sovereignty of the constitution. These institutions prevent partisan manipulating and slipping back to ugly authoritarian reigns. The able professor has extensively given his knowledge to most upcoming democracies of world nations like Tunisia, Egypt, Nepal and my others. Source: tech.co.
Professor Sujit Choudhry is the first Director of Center for Constitutional Transitions that research and give practical solutions based on professional findings. The organization gathers expert knowledge from its international network of organizations, connoisseurs, and varsities and uses it to build constitution. Center for Constitutional Transitions currently is working on a project dubbed Dealing with Territorial Cleavages in Constitutional Transitions and will publish findings and recommendation in the course of this year.Sujit has also ever served at World Bank and United Nations Media Roster as a consultant.
On his great achievements, Canada’s Toronto municipal government remembers Sujit landmark reformative contributions as part of the Governing Toronto Advisory Panel, one of the largest public funded panels in history. He was also a clerk to The Supreme Court of Canada. In his homeland history, he is among the four who were ever awarded the Trudeau Fellowship in the year 2010 before being individually named the law practitioner of the year 2011 in Toronto.
Dean Sujit Choudhry is a high bread product of Oxford University, University of Toronto, and Harvard University (as a Rhodes scholarship winner) where he acquired fancy degrees in law. Getting the Rhodes scholarship is not a stride in the park and calls for academic excellence as proved by Sujit Choudhry.
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